[Advaita-l] calling for sharing the global liabiliy on mental health and wellbeing issues

bagirathi ma ramanathan bagirathi123 at rediffmail.com
Fri Dec 31 22:46:56 CST 2010

(Regd. Trust No. 1055/2009
77, East Thiruvenkata samy Road, R.S.Puram, Coimbatore 641 002,  State of Tamil Nadu, South India, Contact Phone No. 0422-2550794 (office) , Mobile No. 098945-99186
Email ID. Bagirathi123 at rediffmail.com

               Dated  1st January, 2011

  Dear Friends and Philanthropists

Wishing you  a  very happy new year 2011

Wellbeing foundation is a public mental health and wellbeing Trust created with the mission of serving the cross section of the community in the area of mental health and wellbeing   aspects of the public and mainly a service provider to the society.

We are looking for sponsors and liberal donors to meet the cost of services towards the mentally suffering persons and the aged, women and children and we take care of them at their door steps and serve them for medical, social and legal care areas besides protecting their interest in the society. 

We call up on your philanthropy and liberal donations for the purchase of clinical and medical equipments, care giving expenses, to supply support systems for the aged and other such services and invite you to join us to share this global liability and their emotions through this mission of wellbeing foundation in this year 2011. 

Please send your donations and philanthropy vide crossed demand draft drawn on State Bank of India payable at Coimbatore   and  send to the following address:

Mrs. Bagirathi Ramanathan M.A.(Psy).,D.O.M.,D.J.,PGDLA.,
Author & Managing Trustee
Wellbeing Foundation (Regd.Trust No. 1055/2009)
77, East Thiruvenkata samy Road, R.S.Puram, Coimbatore 641 002
State of Tamil Nadu, India 
Contact Phone No. 0422-2550794 (office) , 2478084 (Home) Mobile No. 098945-99186

Sincerely in the service of divine spirit
Mrs.Bagirathti Ramanathan
Social worker /Coimbatore 

On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 08:31:15 +0530  wrote
>Sorry but what with the end of the year holidays I have fallen far behind 

in responding to emails and am just starting to catch up.

On Mon, 13 Dec 2010, srirudra at vsnl.com wrote:

> Dear Members

> While reading the difference between what is knowledge and what is wisdom

> Jaldharji has given the example of the sunset as seen by a layman and an

> astronomer and said the perspective of each of them makes the difference.I

> will add that knowledge is shareable but jnanam is not.It is a subjective

> factor.

I find myself in the strange position of agreeing with your meaning but 

disagreeing with your words :-)

If jnana were not shareable, Vedanta would have become extinct in one 

generation as the Rshis would not have had any shishyas. But it is true 

that it cannot be spoken of in terms of conventional language (Which I 

suppose what you were referring to.) So how is jnana to be known? By 

negation of all that is ajnana. Far from being subjective, jnana is the 

only truly objective knowledge. But because of the nature of our 

conventional language, it is not treated as such by those caught up 

in ajnana.


Jaldhar H. Vyas 


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